"The greatest crisis of our times in a failure of the human imagination." -Editors"
About the Author
Matthew C. Bronson, Ph.D, an educational linguist, is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and a teacher educator at the University of California at Davis. He has recently co-authored chapters in two books, including the Encyclopedia of Language and Education Research, and edited four special journal issues on Indigenous/Western dialogue and re-visioning higher education. Tina R. Fields, Ph.D., an ecopsychologist, has taught about the cultural and psycho-spiritual dimensions of environmental issues for Lesley University's Audubon Expedition Institute, New College, and Dominican University. Her recent publications include essays about ecological relationship in Courting the Wild and an entry on pre-Christian Celtic beliefs in the Encyclopedia of Shamanism. She is also an accomplished visual and performing artist.